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Hotels in Naples

Naples, located on Florida's western coast, is a beach paradise, and most of its hotels are close to the water. Given that, you can expect them to cost a little more than in the rest of the state; a reasonable weekend price expectation is about $75 USD at the low end to $250 at the high end. Near the water you'll find a mix of local properties and higher-end chains like Hilton, Residence Inn and Hyatt.

Want better deals? Look a little farther inland to the Vineyards and Lely areas along Interstate 75. You'll find the more midscale chains like Best Western, Comfort Inn and La Quinta there, and they can usually be had for well below $100 even on weekends. This will still keep you within a short drive of a couple of miles to the beach.

Tips for Visiting Naples, FL

Naples experiences its biggest tourism peak in winter. The snowbirds are flocking to get away from cold temperatures in the northern states, and things come to a head in March when all the students on spring break join them. All in all, the population of Naples more than quadruples during the winter months!

After the spring breakers and the seasonal residents clear out, things slow down considerably, and good deals can be found in April and May before the extreme heat and humidity of summer sets in. The best deals are in summer, but the trip may not be all that enjoyable unless you plan to be in air conditioning or in the water just about all the time (and you also need to keep an eye out for tropical storm warnings during this time of year, though Naples gets less rain than much of Florida).

White sand beaches are the main attraction, but there's plenty of other things to do on a Naples visit. It's a major destination for golf, home to the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort and the Naples Grande among other favorites. There are dozens of courses in total, but be aware that most of them are private. If you're not into duffing, you might instead enjoy a stroll through the Naples Botanical Garden or the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. Fine dining also abounds in the city.

Naples has a small municipal airport, but most travelers fly into Southwest Florida International Airport in Ft. Myers and drive to Naples. A car rental is highly recommended as Naples is not well-served by public transportation.